No-one sets out on a project to win an award but the recognition is humbling nonetheless.
It's been a busy few weeks at 383 regarding awards and we're thrilled to be nominated in a number of different categories for some of the UK's most prestigious accolades. It's really humbling to be finalists alongside some of the best in digital.
This year we've been included in two categories at the British Interactive Media Association's annual recognition- firstly for our work with shaving subscription service Cornerstone in the Startup category and secondly for our re-think of Hilton's Weekender product in the Sports & Leisure category. Both were great products to work on, which continue to produce some really impressive results.
Part of the The Drum, The DADIs are another giant within the award calendar and we've a further two nominations here - one for our work with HomeServe, visualising how they can seamlessly integrate support services into a smart home platform in the UX category and another for our prototype connected pollen sensor, Nosee, in the In-house category (the short video below explains it all).
And last but by no means least, we rounded an exciting few weeks off with the news that we'd been selected for Digital Business of the Year at the Digital Entrepreneur Awards.
A huge well done to both the 383 team and everyone we've worked with over the past year. Fingers crossed for some glassware in the coming months!